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Bulldog Spotlight --
Meet Lugnut (Age 7)

Tears fell like rain the day Lugnut’s family said goodbye. With one ear standing up and one ear folded over, Lugnut is as cute as they come. As in all families, change happens, and Lugnut found himself needing to find a Bulldog-savvy family that knows about special food and medicated baths. 

Like many Bulldogs, Lugnut needs grain-free dog food, grain-free treats and a whole lot of Bulldog love. Lugnut brought with him some of his favorite toys, a bag of food and some treats.

Lugnut wants you to know, “I wanted to check in to let you know I’m ready to be your furever man! I am the perfect gentleman and love the ladies. I especially enjoy exploring the house and the yard. Staying calm is easy for me. Being aggressive isn’t in my nature. I’m pretty laid back until I get the signal you want to play. Oh man…I then can kick it in to another level for play time. I will get excited, but I’m also gentle. 

I am completely trained to do my business outside. My crate is my happy place, where I can lounge. I don’t make any noises if I have to stay in another room or if company comes over. I won’t like it because I’m a people person, but I can handle it. I love kids and will give them plenty of kisses! Oh yeah.. I almost forgot! I love spa days and have no issues with water.”

Check out our website for all the information on Lugnut or the 75 other Bulldogs in rescue.
Senior Bulldog Spotlight--Akina
One day Akina had a family, the next day she did not! After deciding the family did not have time for her they gave her away. Akina either got out or her new family let her go and she was picked by a shelter roaming around town. Akina is microchipped so her original owner was called, but they did not want her back. So, after her stray hold was up we swooped her up. I keep seeing in my mind the facebook post "Please don't get tired of me just because I got old." Poor Akina, 10 years old, and no home where to go.

Akina wants you to know, “I may be a cross of Bulldog with a bit of something else (Terrier maybe) because I have a real tail. Maybe I am one of those so-called “Boutique Bullies.” No matter, at ten years old, I am spryer than dogs half my age. I can jump into the car and onto the seat in a single bound. How many of your senior Bullies can claim such vigor? Maybe I am so energetic because of my hybrid nature. My face is not as squashed and my joints are supple. I also have an unusual dining pattern. I must eat alone in my dining nook because I graze rather than bolt my food at breakfast and the others would try to horn in otherwise. At dinner though, I finish my entire meal at one sitting.”
The Power of a Memorial Donation
Many of us have suffered the loss of a fur family member. Due to short “dog years”, you likely have helped several pets cross the Rainbow Bridge. The anguish and heartbreak of the crushing finality never recedes from our souls and memories. Paw print casts, ashes, dog tags and harnesses are mementos of our cherished companions; these help to comfort us in our grief. 

Consider a charitable donation to LSBCR in the name of a beloved pet. This commemoration will allow other Bullies to survive and thrive in the loving arms of Rescue. 
Recently, a wonderful family chose to adopt Miss Phyllis (pictured in her final moments). They had adopted another senior from LSBCR in 2017. Just two days before the adoption, we were all devastated when Phyllis suffered partial nerve paralysis. She swiftly and steeply declined over the ensuing week. At the end, her pain was constant and severe. Sweet Miss Phyllis crossed the Rainbow Bridge before her loving adoptive folks could embrace her. 
This couple donated to LSBCR in Miss Phyllis’s memory. They neither sought nor wanted recognition. Rather, theirs was an utter act of love. Families like this give because they know how important Rescue is to the existence of our precious and helpless wards.

In addition to a thank you note, we will cite the donation in our social media outlets. You will remain anonymous. We will also note your generosity in our monthly newsletter. 
Here is how to do it.  Make the donation from our website . Be sure to include a note that you are making a memorial donation in memory of your dog or a dog who passed while in Rescue. 
From all of us at LSBCR and from the spirits of our departed Bulldogs, we thank and bless you with our thoughts and prayers.
Before Phyllis crossed the Rainbow Bridge, a loving family adopted her. Although the sudden tragedy caused Phyllis to depart before her family could take her home, they are her true forever family. Phyllis had a heart the size of Texas, as do her parents. This poignancy epitomizes the selfless labor of love that is Rescue.
Please support LSBCR with a donation in the name of a departed fur family member. Your identity will remain anonymous. Your love and generosity will help other deserving Bullies survive and thrive. Thank you. 
Best wishes.
How You Can Help Rescue!
There are a host of Volunteer Opportunities .
Attend one of our Events .
Make a purchase from our Online Store .
Make a Donation .
Purchase something on our Amazon Wish List .
Two Special Ways You Can Support Rescue in March
Deuce's Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue Fundraiser
The entire month of March Four Bullies & Some Diapeys will be donating 100% of the commissions from Scentsy sales to Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue. 

Our Scentsy commission, is a minimum of 25% of the retail sales. The percentage is subject to raise if sales meet minimum levels for raises and/or bonuses, all of which will be donated to Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue.

Please shop, share, and invite. The more people see the fundraiser the more we can raise to help Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue save more precious lives.

Or visit the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/825763401093313/ .
How About A New Shirt?
We know your current Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue T-shirt is getting worn-out and drab, so we're unleashing a fun, new spring design! 
Visit  customink.com/fundraising/lsbcr and chose your style, color and size. Orders will be collected until March 18. Then the apparel will be produced and delivered straight to your home about the first week of April. Each purchase will help us provide medical care to our dogs in need, so be sure to stock up for your entire family. 
Upcoming Events. . .
The Station Patio IceHouse
111 W. Vine St., Keller, TX 76248
Sunday, March 24 from 2-4 p.m.
Please join us for another Bulldog bonanza! We'll be visiting The Station Patio IceHouse in Keller and we want you to come out too. Stop by to say hello to the cutest Bulldogs around ~ some of the foster dogs of Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue. 

You'll also be able to meet some of our volunteers to learn more about our program and ask your Bulldog-specific questions. Plus, you'll be able to purchase one of our T-shirts to support and raise awareness of our mission of saving Bulldogs. 
Bar 2909
2909 Morton Street in Fort Worth
Saturday, April 13 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Please join us for another Bulldog bonanza! We'll be visiting BAR 2909 - West 7th Fort Worth and we want you to come out too. Stop by to say hello to the cutest Bulldogs around ~ some of the foster dogs of Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue. We'll also have a very special guest: the Easter Bunny! 

If you have a buddy who is considering a new dog, bring him along so he can be indoctrinated to the magic of the Bulldog breed. :) 

Many thanks to our friends at Bar 2909 for hosting this get-together for us!
Shady's Burgers & Brewhaha
2701 Custer Parkway #915, Richardson, TX 75080
Sunday, April 28, from 2 until 4 p.m.

Come grab a burger and a cold beverage at our next Bulldog bonanza! Stop by to say hello to the cutest Bulldogs around ~ some of the foster dogs of Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue. 

To read more about Shady's, visit http://shadysburgers.com/ .
Some Of Our Available Bulldogs
Grace Kelly (Age 3)
Ava (Age 4)
Pearl Jam (Age 6)
Romeo (Age 3)
Bulldozer (Age 7)
Olive (18 Months)
Kingman (Age 7)
Abigail Jen (Age 4)
Mack (Age 7)
Ned (Age 2)
Mission Statement:
Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue is a non-profit, completely volunteer-driven group dedicated to saving and rehoming Bulldogs with loving families.